This is mainly going to alleviate overcrowding at Double Churches. We're going to let fifth-graders who get assigned from those two schools to North Columbus remain at their schools, if their parents want them to continue there and they apply for a hardship. Students in the other grades can apply for a hardship, but we will look at space available.
The absurdity of it gets played out in the day-to-day lives of Border Patrol agents. Everybody knows somebody in the U.S. illegally who has some kind of relationship with a Border Patrol agent. Either someone in their family is married to one, or they're sleeping with one. People's lives are very complicated and intertwined and they're not very clear-cut.
Sotero kept quiet, worrying that her family would be targeted. But she found comfort in numbers at last week's rally, organized by Tucson's Border Action Network. In August 2004, BAN hosted a community forum where anger simply erupted. People had been afraid to speak out, ... They fear repercussions they fear being targeted, because (the Border Patrol) is so dominant and so imposing in their communities, where they're told they don't have any rights.